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SFGTV2
Oct 17, 2011 2:30am PDT
. different cities have different demographics. in atlanta, -- i speak about atlanta because that is where my son lives, in atlanta, georgia. in atlanta, you have the african-americans who go away and they come back. they are educated, and they are more goal-oriented. they are more goal-oriented, and therefore, if you teach the children to reach for the sky, and they will study hard. most people from atlanta are a little more conservative. >> do you have something you would like to add to that about economic situations? >> i definitely think -- this is -- you know, the old saying, it is not rocket science? some of this stuff is harder than rocket science because it involves people, and we do not always act in a logical, decisive way. elaine brown i heard say a little while ago that she lived in atlanta, and we always talk about how great atlantic is doing, but we do not own nothing in atlanta. they look like they are doing good, they have the cosmetic liberation, right? cosmetic change, cosmetic liberation, but when you look at who owns most of the city, right? who is in control of the power
FOX News
Oct 6, 2011 6:00pm PDT
edition of "hannity," live from atlanta, georgia. don't go away. >> what were some of the toughest moments have you had in this office? >> by far, the toughest moment was to make the decision to put men and women of our military into combat. >> do you think hillary could be president? what do you think about barack obama? >> well, that's going to take a lot longer than have you on your show. >> you seem even more at peace now. >> i am at peace. i was thorned serve the country. i gave it my all. i feel very strongly as i look back on that period that as i wrote about it, that... what we did was the right thing to do. at the sleep number store, we hear it all the time: "well, we could sleep in the same bed, but it just doesn't work." yeah, nine out of ten couples disagree on the firmness they want in a mattress. i sleep on the couch. with our bed, the sleep number setting represents the firmness that you like on your half of the mattress. there's no debate, because you can have it your way and i'll have it mine. so we save a lot of marriages. at the sleep better together sale, save $400 to $
FOX News
Oct 6, 2011 9:00pm PDT
trapp, and i sea food differently. >> we are coming to you live from centennial park in downtown atlanta, georgia, as we continue our celebration of the 15th anniversary of the fox newschannel. meanwhile, back in new york, the up on wall street protest continue. and earlier today, while the movement gotae aicism theghtic shoutout from the president of the united states who says he understands their anger. >> yes. i think people are frustrated and -- and the protesters are... giving voice to a more broad-based frustration about how our financial system works. >> now, meanwhile vice-president joe biden is busy giving your kids a crash course in economics. earlier this week, he sat down with a class of fifth graders in florida and explained to them that america's fiscal problems are actually president bush's fault. explaining, quotes -- funny, isn't it? because things got really bad before we came into office, we said. and an awful lot of companies are saying there are no more yobs for you here. oh. joining me is bob beckel and former white house press secretary, dana perino. a warm atlanta
SFGTV2
Oct 10, 2011 4:00am PDT
in atlanta, georgia, for several years, and one of the things i saw was the prosperity and how they actually really took care of business. is there any way to kind of model that system or progress that was made in atlanta and kind of import it into the black communities that we see here today that struggle economically? i think that that would be something to take a look at. and also, how or what would you suggest to shed light on the lynching that still continues in the south in counties like forsyth? >> i do not know about different cities. different cities have different demographics. in atlanta, -- i speak about atlanta because that is where my son lives, in atlanta, georgia. in atlanta, you have the african-americans who go away and they come back. they are educated, and they are more goal-oriented. they are more goal-oriented, and therefore, if you teach the children to reach for the sky, and they will study hard. most people from atlanta are a little more conservative. >> do you have something you would like to add to that about economic situations? >> i definitely think -- this is --
SFGTV2
Oct 9, 2011 7:30am PDT
years ago, what's the problem? narrator: atlanta is a rapidly growing urban area. its primary source of drinking water is the chattahoochee river, which also provides water to many downstream communities. but its infrastructure is dangerously old, without outdated facilities and combined sewer overflows polluting the watershed. the city faces strict consent decrees and lawsuits, along with a severe lack of funding. man: when i started working for the city of atlanta in the late '70s, we were approaching that point in time where a lot was going to be needed, in terms of rehabilitation and upkeep. most of the very large pipes were at least 80 years old. we had needs that were identified in the '50s and in the '60s and in the '70s that were deferred. woman: we are urging that we all try to find a way to overcome the obstacles and limitations that might exist. woman: when i was running for office, i met someone who knew mayor hartsfield, who, in the late 1960s, said, "i don't know who the next mayor will be, "but i know they'll have to fix the water and sewer infrastructure." woman: the
CSPAN
Oct 16, 2011 10:00am EDT
. and yet, in retrospect, i can't ignore that the cbs affiliate at that time in atlanta, dr. king's home town, refused to carry some cbs news reports about the movement in 1962. they censored them. today, different owners and many big money special interests are more closely intertwined with more colluding with big political special interests than ever for their own, not the people's purposes. [applause] in dr. king's time, his main battle was against racial injustice, a battle for from over. now added to that is the fight against agreed and for economic justice. this time we judge people not on the content of their character but on the color of their money. once again, once again we have americans outside looking in. this time, many people of all races and creeds feel stuck in a rickety, rudderless boat of economic injustice and are struggling to make their voices heard. many in white america supported desegregation but did not support the demonstrations and passive resistance that dr. king had learned from perrault and gandhi. --thoreau this creates ambivalence on the part of white ame
MSNBC
Oct 26, 2011 8:00pm EDT
in atlanta, and tear gas being used in oakland. it's just like the good old days. people are protesting failed republican policies that have left the 99% behind. congressman paul ryan of wisconsin, though, thinks president obama is the one that's got the crowd all worked up. they are on the defensive. this is "the ed show." let's get to work. more than 100 protesters arrested in oakland last night. and the 99% movement isn't slowing down. in atlanta, georgia state senator vincent fort was arrested during the raid on occupy atlanta. tonight, he's my guest exclusively. >>> the mitt romney flip-flop on workers' rights in ohio is now a triple lindy. >> i'm sorry if i created confusion in that regard. i fully support governor kasich's -- i think it's called question two in ohio. >> i'll ask conservative icon richard vigory if romney can recover. >>> today, warrior for the 1%. paul ryan opened up on the president for dividing the country. >> social unrest and class resentment makes america weaker, not stronger. >> congressman alan grayson is here to set mr. ryan straight. >>> at 9% approval r
NBC
Oct 30, 2011 3:30pm PDT
appeared on the tv series, the walking dead. it was shot in atlanta. the zombies, we've got company here. also filming near atlanta are two other cable shows about the undead. one featuring a teenage werewolf. the other, vampires caught in a love triangle. >> i'm an actual vampire. i sleep during the day and i work onset at night. >> reporter: the city so many call hot-lanta is now a hot bed of horror. >> we're welcoming vampires, zombies, all of them are welcome here. >> reporter: the state is luring these creatures and their creators away from hollywood. no one can really say why, but atlanta has long attract all thing supernatural. every year the city hosts one of the biggest zombie conventions. it infectious. even the centers for disease control also based in atlanta is not immune. for fun, it issued emergency guidelines in case of a zombie apocalypse. what is this fascination with zombies, whenwolves and vampires? we came here to one of the top rated places in the country to find out. not far from atlanta is never world. a massive house of horrors created by our friend, the nightmar
NBC
Oct 9, 2011 11:30pm EDT
their heads, the atlanta falcons, to come out and put 14 points on the board and just go up and down the field and then the spigot got turned off. i mean, it was a goose egg after that. >> al: ryan started 8 of 10, which means he would be 10 of his last 21 under 50%. and that is intercepted off the deflection. that is jarrett bush who will run it back. bush still going. harry douglas is there and finally coming in to make the tackle would be jacquizz rodgers. >> cris: we talked about the depth of these wide receivers and so many guys making catches. how about the depth on the defensive side? >> al: how about another dropped pass by roddy white in effect? >> cris: well, it was charlie peprah, a backup safety, who made the interception earlier. now it's jarrett bush, a backup cornerback who comes in and makes the play. i thought it was, to some degree, the corners and their playoff of tramon williams and sam shields and charles woodson a year ago that turned this team around defensively and maybe it will be starting after tonight. >> al: well, the falcons will go
CNN
Oct 29, 2011 8:00am PDT
insurance plans, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. >>> cnn world headquarters in atlanta, this is cnn saturday morning. it's saturday, october 29th. hello, everybody. thanks for joining us. i'm alina cho, t.j. holmes is off this hour. a halloween weekend surprise for millions of people from the mid-atlantic to nudge. more than a foot of snow is expected to bury some areas. millions of people could be left in the dark. also, student loan debt is now higher than credit card debt in the united states. president obama has a plan to ease the burden. but will it work? we'll hear from a financial expert. >>> and a rags to riches story in india. the son of a poor farm worker becomes the country's real life slum dog manage heillionaire. >>> but first, the top story. at least 13 american service members are among those killed in a nato convoe attack. it happened in the heart of the capital city of kabul. what happened, nick? >> it appears that a suicide bomber drive ago vehicle, perhaps a red toyota car we hear from afghan police drove this load of explosives into a nato convoy. pi
CNN
Oct 9, 2011 3:00am PDT
at one of these occupy rallies. this one in atlanta. i'm going to show you what happened when congressman and civil rights icon john lewis showed up. and they refused to let him speak. >>> also, ron paul wins another straw poll while the presumed front-runner on the republican side finishes near the bottom. >>> also, the world's cheapest tablet computer revealed. how cheap? how does $35 sound to you? >>> from the cnn center in atlanta, georgia, this is your cnn sunday morning for october 9. 6:00 a.m. in atlanta. i'm t.j. holmes. as always, we want to say a special good morning to our service men and women watching us right now, the american forces network. thank you for being here, and thank you for what you do. >>> let's talk about the president first and the jobs bill. this is going to be an important week. in just a couple of days, the president's jobs bill will get an important test. the senate is expected to vote on his $447 billion package. the congressional budget office says the plan's tax on millionaires would raise an estimated $453 billion. still, republican leaders, they don't
CNN
Oct 15, 2011 4:00pm PDT
's a whole other issue when their teachers do it. fallout from the atlanta testing scandal is coming up next. [ female announcer ] for over 30 years, we've been dedicated to helping our students succeed in america's most in demand careers. we provide you with instructors who are professionals working in the fields they teach. it's an education designed for today, from a university that holds the same level of institutional accreditation as america's top schools. experience the university of phoenix difference at phoenix.edu. >>> georgia has started disciplining teachers involved in the atlanta testing scandal. three administrators have lost their licenses. eight teachers have been suspended for two years. and almost 200 cases are still under review. in this week's "perry's principles," cnn contributor and high school principal steve perry offers his thoughts on teachers who cheat. ♪ >> i'm appalled when teachers will cheat their students because that's what they're really doing. what they're saying is i taught your child how to do something that they need to do, but i really didn't. so tha
CNN
Oct 16, 2011 1:00am PDT
at the cnn headquarters in atlanta. here's what's making news. the occupy movement in new york now and throughout the day going global. it began as a public demonstration in a small park in lower manhattan on saturday, spread to cities around the world. tokyo, london, rome, sydney, hong kong, toronto, jakarta and indonesia, to name a few. it was a worldwide display of sympathy and solidarity with the protesters of occupy wall street. most were peaceful, though some arrests were reported. rome got ugly, throngs of peaceful demonstrators fled as anarchists began throwing moltov cocktails. shop windows were smashed, riot police moved in. occupy participants were upset by the outbreak of the violence saying their demonstration was hijacked. >>> prosecutors call it a first of its kind indictment charging a bishop and a catholic diocese for failing to report suspected child abuse. st. joseph, missouri, deny the offense which is a misdemeanor. the jackson county prosecutor says finn did not report for five months that a priest in his charge had child pornography. >>> and among the more of
NBC
Oct 9, 2011 11:30pm EDT
nfc. they go home to face the winless meanwhile, atlanta stays here to cam newton, who almost pulled one out today against the year's nfc south champions. game and win it 25-14 in atlanta. postgame is next. . ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] combine a pnc cashbuilder visa credit card with a pnc performance select checking account and get up to 1.75% cash back for just about every purchase. learn more and apply today at pnc.com/cashbuilder. pnc bank. for the achiever in you. [ caroline ] i'm caroline moore and i'm a junior at warwick valley high school in warwick, ny. since i was a little girl, i've always been curious about the world around me, and i think that definitely plays a big part in my interest in astronomy. it's a hobby i share with my dad. [ dad ] once she got more and more involved, i decided to build an observatory, where we could have all the equipment permanently mounted and start observing. so, i'm what they call a supernova hunter. i take pictures of the night sky and i scan them looking for noticeable changes. one night, i was looking at some images and i came across some
CNN
Oct 29, 2011 5:00am PDT
. >>> and right here in atlanta, protesters are playing a version of cat and mouse with police. they moved their encampment from the city's woodruff park to the martin luther king jr. national historic site. after police began enforcing the park's hours of operation. >>> to where it all started, new york. mayor michael bloomberg says there are no plans to move the protesters out. but as our mary snow reports, police are cracking down in a different way. >> reporter: an unexpected wake-up call for occupy wall street protesters. >> the city does not allow for the storage and use of generators and fuel in a manner that threatens public safety. >> reporter: new york city firefighters accompanied by police showed up to inspect and remove generators and fuel containers the city says are a fire hazard sitting among the hundreds of protesters camped out in new york's zuccotti park. both the city and protesters say there was no resistance. but among people like nicholas isabella who shot this video, it's raised suspicions. >> i think that the city, while they publicly say that we are allowed to be
NBC
Oct 2, 2011 11:30pm EDT
was being taed to by atlanta. and then garrett at the end pulled out. and that's how harbaugh, john came in after spending a lot of years with andy reid at philadelphia. he and ryan were on the same staff back at the university of cincinnati in the mid 90s. >> cris: a lot of hard feelings, still. he definitely wanted it. >> al: second and five. and this is rice. so you go back to the university of cincinnati in '96. rex, the defensive coordinatorment john the assistant head coach with the ravens. there they were. rex gets the jets job the following year. they met in kentucky when they were in different schools. ryan didn't remember it. they were talking to john. he said wait a minute, rex. don't you remember we met? third and four. and that's caught as flacco hits dixon. tackle there by eric smith. >> cris: todd heap, the long time tight end around here. ravens really went young. dixon played very well. sort of filled in as that pass catcher and three rookies starting at wide receiver. harbaugh said we felt like when he to get better. we didn't have a lot of healthy bodies
CNN
Oct 8, 2011 5:00am PDT
the many questions i know you have. this is your cnn saturday morning, 8:00 a.m. here in atlanta, 7:00 a.m. in fayetteville, arkansas. 5:00 in los angeles. wherever you may be, we are glad you are here with us. let's start with the texas pastor, shall we? creating a bit of of a stir that that conservative values voter summit in washington. he's a rick perry supporter and encouraging republicans not to nominate mitt romney. because of romney's mormon beliefs. our jim acosta caught up with this pastor and asked him what do you say to those voters who think mormonism shouldn't be an issue? >> the southern baptist convention, which is the largest protestant denomination in the world has officially labeled mormonism as a cult. i think that mitt romney is a good, moral man, but i think those of us who are born-again followers of christ should always prefer a confident christian to a confident nonchristian like mitt romney. >> and our jim acosta who was talking to the pastor there joins me now from the values voters summit in d.c. jim, can we start with giving our viewers some perspective about
CSPAN
Oct 3, 2011 8:00am EDT
tanzania. she was visiting her parents our anne hathaway from atlanta, georgia. she has zero bars on her phone. and in that town in atlanta outside atlanta, in georgia the residents of that town, every afternoon, one of them tries with the blackberries, and iphones to go down. once a day. that's what americans are asking for protesting give us both. we have a solution that gives them both. >> without a doubt your plan, your business plan is completely parallel in lockstep with what this government wants in terms of broadband. the obama administration, the fcc are calling for this. you mentioned earlier that fcc mandated you to do the biggest terrestrial broadband outreach ever, covering 260 million people. in retrospect, it's been a tough few months for lightsquared in terms of a lot of the political come of the politics around the process in which your company was sort of off the ground in the regulatory come with a regular process as well. do you in retrospect, do you wish that maybe, or do you think that the fcc could have cast a broader and bigger process, do you think it merited a f
NBC
Oct 10, 2011 5:30pm PDT
: groups gathered from boston to atlanta voicing anger about what they call an unfair economic system. >> we are here for the long haul. if we have to stay for a here, we'll be here for a year. >> reporter: over the weekend at the national air and space museum in washington, youtube video shows protesters targeted with pepper spray. in des moines, iowa, 30 arrested for gathering at the capitol and in atlanta, perhaps a sign of anger toward washington. video posted online shows congressman and civil rights activist john lewis denied the right to speak. the growing demonstrations are increasingly made up of more than young idealists, attracting people like 67-year-old pat reed. >> my life savings was invested in real estate and the stock market. now i have nothing. >> reporter: now, backing from a major company. ben & jerry's posting a message to protesters on their website saying, we stand with you. experts say while broad support is important it's time for occupy wall street to define what they are fighting for. >> for this movement to be effective, they have to focus on the one thing
MSNBC
Oct 11, 2011 5:00am EDT
in atlanta. that's because they were cloudy and rainy. gorgeous weather yesterday. even chicago to minneapolis, still unusually warm. everything will cool off slightly throughout today. we won't see anymore 80s. not as much sunshine out there. there's also a back door cold front that's swung down. that's going to cool off you in boston dramatically today. probably 20 degrees cooler. don't expect what you saw yesterday today in any area. as far as the radar, when he a lot of rain around atlanta, southern georgia, and north florida. now that's heading northward ever so slowly. you can see the rain along the coast. if you're in myrtle beach today, down to charleston and savannah, you're going to be ducking off rain. from raleigh to charlotte to atlanta, showers for you but not as concentrated. if you're toward the coast, it will definitely be a little bit worse. here's your forecast for your tuesday. as you head out today, you're dry from d.c. northwards. tomorrow is the day we'll see the rain. further to the south, once again showers and storms there. we're mostly dry in the midwe
FOX
Oct 26, 2011 12:00pm PDT
. their demonstration is set to begin at the start of the evening commute. >>> and this morning in atlanta police moved in and arrested more than 50 "occupy atlanta" protesters they were camping out in woodruff park in downtown atlanta. police say protesters were warned to vacate the park or be arrested. vincent fort, a georgia state senator, was among them who was arrested. stay tuned to ktvu for all of the occupy protests -- protests. >>> questions are being raised after a high-speed police chase in concord ended in an innocent person's death. it happened yesterday afternoon near highway 242 and grant street. officers tried to pull a man over for talking on a cell phone while driving but he sped off with police in pursuit. the escaping man crashed into another car, killing the driver. officers arrested the suspect but have not released his name or the name of the victim. the highway patrol and the district attorney are investigating the chase and the crash. >>> california's attorney general ka ma law harris is going -- kamala harris is going after the bottled water industry. this is video of one of t
SFGTV2
Oct 6, 2011 6:00am PDT
is joanne, i visited atlanta for social reform >> where are you? >> i am here. i visited atlanta for a whole week. the community bus is the best thing we can have if we can put it together. it's nothing like bringing the community together. you have to start at home. if you want to put something together, you have to go to the communities. have the youth say it. i see a lot of youth parents taking them to school because they are afraid they won't see their child again. it starts in the community. this meeting is really great. you are preaching to the choir. we need to speak to the youth. i have seen violence on the bus of a kid showing off a weapon in the bay view. people don't want to change and they don't want to be labeled. we are not protected. you have to be careful on what you see. you can't say what you see at all times. if you live in the community and you see something. you have to understand people are not telling things because they are not protected of the we have to understand, what we can do about it is put police officers on the buses from the high crime areas going to the sch
SFGTV2
Oct 10, 2011 4:30am PDT
. elaine brown i heard say a little while ago that she lived in atlanta, and we always talk about how great atlantic is doing, but we do not own nothing in atlanta. they look like they are doing good, they have the cosmetic liberation, right? cosmetic change, cosmetic liberation, but when you look at who owns most of the city, right? who is in control of the power in the city? it may be marginally better for black votes in some other places, but there are still fundamental issues with the school system. look at the endowment of emory compared to some of the black universities and colleges in atlanta. entrepreneurship is a big part of it. i did not understand and nobody told me what is involved with buying your own home until i was in my second law school, where is the my counterparts, the white students i was in class with, they had had that information coming up. it was just second nature. i asked the guy across the hall from me what his folks did. but told him my mom was a nurse and my dad was a teacher, a soldier before. he said his father was the deputy prime minister of jordan. i was l
NBC
Oct 2, 2011 11:30pm EDT
was being talked to by atlanta. and then garrett at the end pulled out. and that's how harbaugh, john came in after spending a lot of years with andy reid at philadelphia. he and ryan were on the same staff back at the university of cincinnati in the mid 90s. >> cris: a lot of hard feelings, still. he definitely wanted it. >> al: second and five. and this is rice. so you go back to the university of cincinnati in '96. rex, the defensive coordinatorment john the assistant head coach with the ravens. there they were. rex gets the jets job the following year. they met in kentucky when they were in different schools. ryan didn't remember it. they were talking to john. he said wait a minute, rex. don't you remember we met? third and four. and that's caught as flacco hits dixon. tackle there by eric smith. >> cris: todd heap, the long time tight end around here. ravens really went young. dixon played very well. sort of filled in as that pass catcher and three rookies starting at wide receiver. harbaugh said we felt like when he to get better. we didn't have a lot of healthy b
NBC
Oct 6, 2011 4:30am EDT
. >>> how about much wnba. game two between the lynx and atlanta dream. time warning down, drilled the running three-pointer. atlanta up eight at the half. no lead is safe. the chance of mvp, augusta took over with 36. lynx won 101-95. they can win their first wnba title tomorrow night that's your first look at sports on "early today." >>> who tops forbes' list of highest paid women in entertainment? your early morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. >>> you thought a night at the museum was exciting? true spending an entire month. >>> welcome back to "early today" on this thursday. doesn't happen all that often, but minneapolis today easily warmer than even phoenix, arizona. all the warmth heading up ahead of the big west coast storm. that will make temperatures as far as 80 into the northern plains. cool start in new england but a night finish with plenty of sunshine. atlanta looks good, just showers. and it looks like florida will be soggy over the next couple of days, especially down by miami. keep an eye on that. what doesn't pop up is the storm in the west from ar
FOX
Oct 12, 2011 7:00pm EDT
off with atlanta back in 2003? harrison was a part of it. that is a strike at full count. texas came away with neftali feliz, saltalamacchia. that trade was july 31, 2007. drafted 2003 by atlanta was harrison. he comes back to get avila. pitch off the hand. back, but out. [ applause ] we'll pull donny youngblood off the bag but the tag got him. two away. >> tim: elvis andrus made 25 errors on the season. most of them were throwing areas. gets under this throw. but corraled by michael young. >> joe: hmm. a little closer than it first looked. with two out, nobody on, it will be jhonny peralta who homered last night. well hit in to left. and now sinking on a line. murphy. the inning is over. so 1-2-3 inning. in the third we go. game four, in detroit. no score. e.?úúúarúúo? ayay the first thing you got to do is make a car that's worth building... one with character and conviction... that has all the luxury you'd expect. then you put in an 8-speed transmission that gets 31 miles per gallon. that ombination of luxury and efficiency only comes from one place in the wod. ♪ everything
FOX
Oct 21, 2011 11:00pm EDT
. an atlanta activist "occupy" mmvement who believes more should be dooe to "help" the poor. despite their differences... "we're going to still be friends."beasely says he's keeping an open mind - there may still be somee commonnground..."if in fact he can satisfy, not just necessarily for me, but people that think like me, then?cain has taken issue with thh &pnotion that running as a conservative ill cost him african american voters - "many african aaericans have been brainwashed into not being open minded. not even considering a conservative point f view."its a question" - even in his own atlanta church. church leaders never commmnt about their longtime &pmember. reverend gerald durley of a nearby atlanta &chu out. "i think they see him as someone who is carrying bbnner for a party that is not "from polling thaa i've seen, - i have reason to believe that herman can take, not a sizable slice of the african american vvte, no republican is going to do that. but perhaps a sizable amount."pollster and friend matt towery belieees cain cculd take up to 10% of the african americann
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